What is auto-scaling?

Auto-scaling or automatic scaling is a method used in cloud computing, where the number of computational resources is scaled automatically based on the load present at the server. The concept of auto-scaling is closely related to load balancing.

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What is cloud scaling?

Cloud scaling refers to the process of adding or removing the cloud computing resources as per the requirements of the user. Cloud infrastructure and platforms are priced on a utility model, i.e. the user is billed for the used resources at a very granular and level. This enables cloud services, systems, and application to be […]

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How do I Change SSH Port in Red Hat Enterprise Linux?

Port number 22 is the default port used by a Linux SSH Server. Changing the port of SSH aids in avoiding automated attacks by offering security to your server. Security Enhanced Linux or SELinux is a default feature equipped with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It is responsible to block each port offering access to SSH; […]

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How do I get my IP address removed from a blacklist?

An IP noticeably sending spams is listed on blacklists. These blacklists protect email users from potentially harmful spams sent to their inbox from IP addresses displaying suspicious activity. Reasons for IP address being blacklisted: Outgoing Spam emails Virus activity or outbound attacks Infected website running from the IP address Malicious activity Blacklisting an IP address […]

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Does India have adequate infrastructure to support smart cities?

A significant component of the urbanization would be migration to the existing cities, which would expand and grow in size. As of now, most of the Indian cities face challenges in terms of infrastructure and the inhabitant’s access to the essential services. Increased urbanization would mean more stress and breakdown of the cities, finally leading […]

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